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"kerri kasem" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Ninety KABC. Wayman rocks. Hello. Dolly people who didn't hear the first segment or wondering, why are we playing? Hello. Dolly. That's only because my mom, Amazon and Kerri Kasem were singing together. Hello. Dolly don't ask. Yes. It's illegal show. And we're going to talk about things that are just much more important than law right now. And also, obviously have something to do with law, and it's not the kademi awards. That's not we're gonna talk about something more important. It's black history month this month. February we are celebrating all the accomplishments African Americans throughout history, and what better way to do that. Then with the next three guests in it's odd that we would have three guests usually we have one or two, but it's important that all of them have contributed in such an important way. The book is called pulse of perseverance three black doctors on their journey to success. The website is pulse of P three dot com. And the authors are Dr Pierre Johnson, Dr Joseph semi-in, and Dr max medi-share, welcome to gurvey's law. Was great to have you guys. And I know it's tough because you're all you're all in different locations. Yet, you met had that where you all got together and became friends max. Correct. University. Twenty years ago, roughly nineteen ninety eight. That's that's where we all met from the time we met we've essentially been best friends, and we catapulted each other during that time all the way from college through much school all the way through professional careers now. I was gonna say that you all have such different backgrounds. But there is a common thread, obviously, you've had some adversity in your life max while you're talking. Why don't you tell us about your background about your mother and your father and how you had moved away to Washington DC? And how that all went down and the adversity that you faced first of all, okay? Well, I'm a was my parents weren't born in America all threat while parents were born in Haiti they moved to America in the late nineteen seventies, my older brother, and then they had all this born in nineteen eighty areas of Brooklyn, New York that area the section of Brooklyn New York that they moved to was an area called browse Bill. The struggles of trying to adapt to American culture while while trying to assimilate their own culture, eventually led to their divorce once they divorce while trying to put the pieces of their lives together. Of course. My mom, similar older sibling. And and I will call it in two different environments mother stayed in Brownsville while my father had more of a support network to kind of help him finishes studies during that time, I was exposed to a multitude of things growing up as a as a child back in New York City during that time as my father finished his education. He tried to move to Washington DC with the hopes of trying to get us away from some of the binder said he thought my been prohibiting us from reaching our people, and we moved he taught at a university in Washington DC. Of course, the teacher, he was making, you know, decent middle-class money. We were in a decent neighborhood. But of course, you know, trying to go to school inside the school environment was safe, but outside of that by you still had elements of the streets that were that were still around consistently and. Even though I was very focused on my academics. Because of what was going on inside the home dealing with street activity almost lost my life year went to college. So luckily, I didn't the young man who had pointed a gun in in in in my direction, my senior year of high school didn't pull the trigger. And today, I'm a board certified in cardiac in season, and that's an amazing story. Yeah. You so many intangibles that you think about which way life could have gone and for you to have been through that. And and you're not alone. There's so many African Americans other races out there. Who have adversity peer? Now, you grew up in Chicago's south side of Chicago. I used to live in Chicago. So I know that south side can be pretty rough and you had some issues as well with your family and dealing with drugs. Your parents dealing with drugs. How did that go down? Is it similar to what max experienced? No, it's it's different. But that's why our our our book, also perseverance is is is powerful. Because it just as one perspective. It's it's several is three different perspectives from a young black males upbringing again in my particular upbringing. My I had a highly dysfunctional hall where he just said, both my parents were addicted to drugs Maasai was abusive to my mother, and I saw this and Mahal outside of the home, as you know, as you know, so outside it's outside of Chicago real area where you're on the crack here and and at the height of. Of gangs. Was my environment. So trying to navigate through all of that stuff. I had to really look within myself and understand that that's not what I wanted for my wife, and that you know, if I. Participated in anything, whether it'd be, you know, in the drug activities, or in that, you know, in games that that I would be swallowed up, and that's when my life return. So you know, I've also that I'm blessed in that. I was blessed with a lot of common sense, and and and very motivated and driven at a very early age. And I knew that I never wanted to be drug addict. I never want to see those things, and I stayed away from me, and I took school very seriously. You know, I was very competitive. I play sports in school extremely serious. And I knew very early on that I wanted to be a physician now, I think that was probably fueled. Because it wasn't a no one went to college around me. I didn't have any doctors in my family. You know, it was highly dysfunctional. But the only positive thing that I saw. That's when you turn on turn on the television was the Cosby show at the time, right and Dallas pretty much the the most positive blackmail role model that I could see at the time so outside of becoming a professional basketball player or professional baseball player. Which is what I thought was success. The doctor was the next thing with with Bill Cosby on TV. So that was the thing that they my my aunt challenge early age. You know, what you need a plan b something outside of sports. I just, you know, knee-jerk reaction said being a doctor, and then you know, that that just kind of planted a seed in my head, and you know, when I was nine years old, my mom. Mothers pregnant with my first sibling in that that the process of childbirth and the physiology behind it was extremely fascinating to me it made an acquisition of child even more acquisitive in so happy, you know, her her OB at the time who was a mentor of mine wasn't black man. And you know, just not any particular black man he was wanting to care. And when I asked them questions, you know, about the physiology behind pregnancy and things he didn't, you know, ignore me, the answer my questions, he he paid attention to me and the curiosity from Najib's grew and. I got to high school knew that, you know, I've talked to Dina doctor was was great and deliver babies was great. But I realized that I started cutting here as well. And I found out that I was extremely skilled with my hands a lot of dexterity. And I learned that, you know, you know, the gynecological aspect of OBGYN was was surgery, man. I realized that you know, that will be a skill that. I could you know, really or or profession rather did I could really exert more skills on. So as I got older and started to learn more about myself and what I really liking passion for medicine. It was just a perfect profession so fast forward through all of that. And ups and downs trials tribulations now today, I'm a boy certified attrition gynecologist. Yeah. It's amazing. And I'm bad back. When you were just starting out, the Davinci robot wasn't something that was in common. Use and. You've been able to do these minimally invasive surgeries with the technology just from where you came from something. Now, carry once, I was listening to you. And I'm thinking, okay, where's the haircut in coming in with the gynecology? And I'm literally thinking, okay does he do haircut says he has us a lot on the side? You know, because you know, if you energy read the book, I get talk like everything for all three of our lives like everything just divinely Kaunda just still in place, though, we thought it was a setback at the time. Everything Kaunda worked out in a way that benefited us in the future. Like, for instance. Yeah. Apple I didn't you know after medical school, you this thing called a match in which you're matching to your profession. So you can train into that particular person. I didn't match into OB I automatically matched in general surgery. And that was the best thing that could ever happen to me. So when I came into OB like I had a leg up on everybody. And then I went to a program in which was a ton of gynecology like it focused on gynecology. So in addition to being a Barbara having a year general surgery get now going to where I can have the opportunity it really just propelled me. Very specialized surgeon than I am today. That's a great answer to carries question. We only have a couple of minutes before we take the break, and we're going to get more into the three of you. But I do wanna hear Joseph Simeon story because it's different as well from lake Charles. You're at lake Charles Memorial Hospital in Louisiana, another OBGYN, but your background is different with your family, strong, Christian parents married, and then you become a drug dealer Joseph. How did that all go down that that that is correct? This is is a goal is to show how you pass doesn't necessarily define your future coincide active. What you said is that I had a very strong Christian background, my mom who has always been a church on. My dad has always supported us in reference to the church. Also, my dad was a working class, man. He took care of a family in need it the benefit. He could. A third grade education Bush, which exemplify that even in him on something that I didn't realize that all failure wasn't an option. But you know, it all goes down to the exposure. So as my life begin to unfold in my neighborhood, begin to change different aspects of my life became pertinent, and that is is at one point. I wanted to do the best. I could I wanted to appease my family. I wanted to you know, further my education, but my exposure, let me to a different atmosphere that atmosphere was Detroit game, and as any not any, but a large percentage of people once you exposed to something as a young child or as a young adult on.
"kerri kasem" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Pay watched sushi's forever. Attorney obey watch babe. And I will say I didn't really watch Baywatch. I've seen all your pictures and things like that. I think a lot of guys watch they watch. It was extremely popular. When you look very popular a lot of people you every bit as uniform, she did on Baywatch and tailor it just kind of happened organically. It was nothing because you obviously, David our friends, but Taylor is involved in helping animals to she joined the group, and she was actually on a show on e called the rich kids of Beverly Hills and still does a lot of different TV shows. And we also work with a Patricia. People in English. Speaking market may not be as familiar with Patricia. She's a former miss Panama, and she is wonderful because she helps us so much when we're doing events where there's a lot of people who speak Spanish a mind is basically non-existent it's like, no Carney. No, meat and beer or do you want a beer? I don't drink beer practice. The word for also know couple of words that I can't say on our podcast. That's about the extent. She is wonderful and also a lot of TV shows on Univision until among and and then also Kerri Kasem works with our group. She's really kind of focused on elder abuse since everything happened with your dad. She's a daughter of Casey Kasem radio DJ and top forty countdown host whom I used to listen to the fathers of our animal angels. I've have some connection. Connection to my dad. Tristesse because I guess she was born in Penn. Old. You know, listen to Casey.
"kerri kasem" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Jacob two times today any picks my least favorite band in the entire universe. Nickelback. He gets even here. The now back to Jacob two times live. Well, he's here to now. So Jacob thank you for picking one of the most detestable bands and the entire universe approved. How much we love you? But playing music of Nickelback for you Kane Kane. Back when some day on eighteen. You're a huge Casey Kasem fan. Archie jacob. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. I wasn't listening to Casey Kasem since I was ten years old. So for twenty years now, can you believe that? So tell us like growing up because I listen to Casey growing up to and I would write down the the America's top forty every week in my notebook. Tell us what it meant to you to hear him counting them down every week. And during the long distance dedications. Well, it would. Well, it would mean so much me because see I would get up at five thirty every Saturday morning. And and and basically, I would just records tapes back then, but basically, I would just record tapes back then, but basically, I would just record tapes back then, but then I went to CD so I've been doing CDs since seven or or since eighteen years ago so eighteen years ago today back in nineteen ninety seven. I got my first set of Casey, CDs, and I could hear the stronger Casey now, the weaker Casey. I I didn't know who he was back then so I didn't know who he was back in like back in two thousand nine right? And so when you said, you're on the ground and. Thinking. Okay. Okay. Okay. Something bad is about to happen here. You know, what I'm saying because he gotten so used to the stronger Casey that. That when he got to the weaker, Casey. I'm like thinking, okay. Okay. Okay. Casey Kasem needs to go. Now. You know what I'm saying? Even though even though I didn't even though I didn't want him to go right away. You know? Well, he was a guy who I remember the America's top ten television program where every week he would come on, and you would count them down. And he was he was a mainstay of our diet. I think it was a way to kind of keep track of what was happening in the world. And he was a calming voice for generations. And generations, your thirty on forty six and both of us. I think had a growing up a lot to tribute to to Casey Kasem. Because you know, he was always there for us every week on the American on eighteen forty right, right? Right. Right. Right. What would you? What would you do Jacob times? If I told you that joining us on the phone right now. Is a young lady who I was lucky enough to meet at Dublin Ireland as we shared a cab back from the airport. She was fortunate enough to be Casey Kasem daughter, ladies and gentlemen, Kerri Kasem joins us right now by telephone what's up Kerry. Hi, guys, happy birthday cake. Thanks Kerry case. Thank you very much Kerry case, I'm now Keri K, some listen Kerri Kasem. I have I have a lot of CDs of your dad, can you believe that? Awesome. I love that. I think that is so great that you have been have been keeping him. I mean, I heard is a pretty long time ago. Yeah. Yeah. In years. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So I've been listening to him since I was ten years old. Can you believe that that amazing? That is so cool. What was your favorite part? Take your your favorite part of the show. I I liked him. When he said I liked him. And he said hen allowing. Tom. Countdown forty most populous, and I'm all set countdown. The forty most is dying in the USA. I sure did like that part. You can see you could take over for his countdown. You have it you have it member pays pretty good. Yeah. Right. So carry listen Kerry. When can I call you carry like because? Was she is a radio host, actually. And I believe her syndicated show on this radio station. If I'm not mistaken, I hear on advertisements all the time. And I think Hannah that girl by the way on the Twitter machine. She is at Kerri Kasem K E R R I case radio and TV host activists speaker, founder of the case and cares foundation. And believe you got a conference on aging coming up, April twenty first through the twenty third in California. A is that true young lady? Yes, it is. And take up. You can call me anytime. A Drouin Beth has a phone number that you can give it to you can call me anytime. And let's see I guess I have a conference that anybody who is in the medical field that deals with the aging population, you need to come to the the credited theater any gate your continuing education credits. If you go to aging and education dot com, it has everything up. It's an April, and it's we wanna make this family. So we we put it right next to Disneyland right next to knotsberry farm thing, but he comes out to bring their families three days, and it's going to be filled with the most incredible speakers. And you know, I'm just I'm I'm doing something about what happened to me. And so many families that are going through being blocked from a family member and ailing parents..
"kerri kasem" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Have now been filed against the Maywood academy high school teacher who's caught on video fighting with a fourteen year old student. Before the violent confrontation inside a classroom at Maywood academy high. You can see and hear the teen hurling a racial slur. In profanity even basketball at Marston Riley who repeatedly asked the student to leave and then you can see Riley strike the student and the fight began. Now, prosecutors have charged the sixty four year old with corporal injury to a child, which is a misdemeanor. He heads to corden January, and we'll have nearly two hundred thousand dollars for his defense. It was raised by his supporters through go fund me, Karen Adams, Canucks, ten seventy NewsRadio. The bitter feud between Casey Kasem, second wife and his children from his first wife is still raging on more than four years after his death. Both sides have accused the other of essentially killing case. Now, his widow Jeannie claims Scientologists have engaged in a money. Grab to get their hands on his multi-million dollar estate that is Kerri Kasem Troy Martin and their private investigator and others, and I wouldn't say that if I didn't have the evidence attorney Troy Martin represents Kerri Kasem and says she is a scientologist. But that's because she finds piece in it Jeanne Cason is seeking to tap into the prejudice against Scientologists. In order to cover up. The fact that she has no evidence to support any of her fanciful claims. Both sides are set to go head to head next year. In a wrongful death trial in downtown LA. Margaret, caro- KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. Some people are troubled by the rise of private firefighting..
"kerri kasem" Discussed on 790 KABC
"And more than ever I will be managing your life today. Because typically I have a guest here who I'm speaking with. And we're asking about their life were asking about the cases they're involved with we're asking about issues in the world. But today, this is about you, the listener I am here to answer any legal question. You have today. Free advice. I'm not going to charge. You a penny. But I'm going to solve all your problems. One hour. And helping me solve those problems is the hyena laughing next to me. I'm Kerri Kasem. That's me, that's you, and you can probably answer legal questions better than I can coming from me. It's not legal advice. I'm gonna just say that over and over again, absolutely such passion, you have such conviction that anyone will believe what you say. I don't believe it. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. And we are very we're very fortunate today to have someone who really has some substance because with me and Kerry here, we really need someone who is an expert in answering legal questions a media analyst one of the best around. We have Troy Slayton here for the whole hour to answer your questions with us. He is with the firm Floyd scary Manoukian and longevity in, but he's also known, of course, in his earlier days from Parker Lewis can't lose playing Jerry Steiner, and he was on Cagney and Lacey and a bunch of other TV and movie movies in the nineties. Eighties. Killed it in the eighties and nine. Washed up. You don't look old enough to be in the eighties. He's a legal analyst for FOX for CNN for CBS NBC, just about everything Dr drew Riley factor. That's not even on anymore. Just like, Jerry Stein. Now, we've Nancy grace that is on because I know you Ashleigh Banfield one of my favorites from Winnipeg Canada so traits Troy, Tracy, Tracy, Troy. Troy, welcome back. Why am I call him, Tracy? Yeah. Really? Yeah. It's just a it's a t it's it's close. Welcome back to you so much for having me back. He's such a pleasure. It's good to have you. So we're going to open up the phones shortly eight hundred two two two five two two two eight hundred two two two five to two to call us with any questions any advice you want? If you just want to talk about Parker Lewis can't lose. And of course, what you can talk about with Kerri Kasem is the forty eight hours expose the took place last weekend on Jeanne Cason Kerri Kasem, the fight at a controversy over the death of Carey's father, Casey Kasem. Yeah, there you go. I have to say something because of this show. Yeah. I got to meet choice Slayton or as you call them, Tracy Slayton. Altered. And he was on Nancy grace this last week, and he called me. And he's like, hey, you know, I'm going to be on his or do you have any, you know, records and medical records court documents anything, I could, you know, if I talk about it there some proof here, and I said absolutely and gave him some documents that I thought would be useful. So he actually was on Nancy grace in gave a kind of my side of the story, or at least what the what the document said the court documents said, and there's my stepmother once again case of creating these stories after story it's been five years and every year or two she changes the story completely because the other one didn't stick. So now she's onto now it's a homicide investigation on us kids. My brother killed your father. So this is the way Washington state has cleared them completely no longer a homicide. No longer. But this is what's the craziest. She literally forwards fake in for. Mation to the police in Washington, then gets on the phone to the media, including forty hours and says there's a homicide investigator time out here. I have a legal expert here did she just slander Jeanne case by saying that when she said she forwards this false information about how this is a black person. Thank you about public events matter of public import. And so the analysis would be New York Times v Sullivan Kerry would have to have actual malice meaning that she would have to have a complete disregard for the truth or falsity of the statement and be saying that in order to hurt she has has malice for gene, never actually don't. I don't even hate her. You hate her. No. I don't think I do. But if you hate somebody cancer will grow in you, you get you literally will get sick. Okay. Let me ask the legal issue here. Is that true Troy that cancer will grow in? New England, medical question and. That we need to give you know about how anything here doesn't. You guys. I want to hear that doesn't form an attorney client privilege and void where prohibited. Some restrictions apply. Not available in Utah. Perfect. So thank you try. So anyway, I it's look I believe that when you carry hate around, and you carry anger rounded can lead to sickness. I do believe that. So I wasn't gonna I literally just let that go. I know what she is. I know who I'm dealing with. And I know we're going to get Justice for my dad, but when you forward fake information to the police when you lie on a desert advocate and say, my dad has been living in Israel for eighteen years. He's never been Israel team. Hi. Hi kay. That's eighteen. Okay. So I he you know, she knows that he's partly Jewish now. She's lied so much that the more she talks, it's better for us might I mean. Saying that she says yes can absolutely be used against her in court can be used to impeach her. And carry I'm gonna defend you here on this truth is a defense. And if it's truthful now, if it isn't truthful carries putting herself out there, and we may be gene will sue her only already happening. That would be only if Kerry knew that it was false. So Carey would have to know that it was false or have a reckless disregard for the truth or false. Right. So I see the thing is Alan the lies that she told the police are lies, and that's why we were cleared. They even said everything that this woman Jeanne Cason Broncos no truth in it whatsoever. They could not find one iota of evidence not one you should read the press release. It's great. I put it up on my. So I just want again if you wanna call for some legal advice carries getting some right now eight hundred two two two five two two two. She's getting therapy as well. So that's what we're here for advice in therapy. Sometimes they're the same thing. Troy, I wanna ask you, you know, your Nancy grace in. It's an interesting case that carries talking about. And by the way, Kyrie I do side with you. So don't get that impression that I don't buy. When you're preparing for these kind of interviews, you mentioned that you talk to Kerry, I you knew you were going to be on how much preparation is done. How much do, you know, do you talk to Nancy grace ahead of time? Can you say what you want or do they censor you and say, we want you to say this we want you to say that especially if you're on CNN, for instance. So I never feel censored, and I'm never told what the questions are in advance. Because I think that that that really violates the the canons of judicial of judicial integrity, but journalistic of journalistic integrity, you can't tell the subject of an interview what you're going to ask the right ahead of time. So sometimes I'm asked for talking points where I'm going to tell the producer. What it is that I want to talk about on a given subject. What my stance would be. And sometimes I'm asked. Can you defend XYZ? Can you defend this side? Or can you defend that side? And I'll either tell them. Yes, or no. And if it's no then they may not want me on that show. But you ever feel pressure not to say something because you may not be able to come back on the show, or if someone who you are talking with I is really bothering you annoying. And you start saying things do you ever feel like you can't do it? Your hands are tied or you're ready to say and do what you want. Why you should never intentionally disparage anybody that you're with just because you're you're mad at them or you don't like a question or something. Told that too Nancy grace when she she stated to false things because the medical records and the court records that we gave her she didn't bother to read. She actually took genes word for it. When she said that we had my dad. Read them wander, Nancy. Okay. Let's let's stop with that. She actually stated that in. This is very true. And it's it's it's on it's on records on a podcast. She stated that we we had my dad changed the trust. And the will and the trust and Jean stated that Nancy grace. Then said, oh, well, that's terrible. Now, I have now there have some suspicion her and her little and in instead, a little friend, by the way, whoever that woman is. So when people didn't see it so tell. Sopot? So so they. Analysts on with her. Doctor Bethany Marshall brain Marshall. I didn't read the power of attorney. So we gave them the power of attorney. We gave them the power of attorney it said medical. It's over health. No estate. No trust. No will no nothing. It was an actual paper. And that my father was signed. Did they care to actually look over it? Only have a minute came up. And I thought I defended Kerry and her side very well. I said that this was no unplugging going on. But they were following the advice of three doctors, the hospitalised a medical ethicist, an internist, and it was these try -ffective doctors that all agreed that by keeping him attached to hydration and nutrition which sounds horrible to take away from somebody by by having them hooked up to those things it was actually causing him to suffer even more drowning to death. So the doctors came in and gave us two choices you're going. You're going to die. You're going to drown him to death by keeping him on fluid because at dying body want to eat and doesn't fluid or you're going to let him die in peace. Those were the two. I would clear you for murder. Thanks. Thank you. Thank you so much. All right. If you have any questions, thank you, Terry. You're try and you play how Troy can answer these questions about any subject any subject eight hundred two two two five two two two eight hundred two two two five two two two. 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"kerri kasem" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Go. The first voice was Kerri Kasem and second voice was Jean Kasem. Now before I bring them on a carry on. Indeed, her sister. I wanna point out that carries a friend of mine so causing on the title carries, a friend of mine, and that is not the story. I know this was never about money. Hopefully, the technology is working, and we have both Kerry and Julie case with us right now. Hello ladies. How I am. Great. Excellent. We do. How can you hear my sister? Well, Julie talk. Hi, can you hear me? I can is a real problem because you guys sound almost exactly alike. So I'm going to address each of you individually. And then if they hopefully you will lie you will talk to carry I. Was Julie will say Julie what we'll do that. Well, we'll get this. Right. So so Carey I that was your voice we heard on that piece of forty eight hours and forty eight hours seem to say this whole thing about the death of your dad, and I know, I repeat you're my friend. I know you have in your home. I know how deeply you felt the death of your dad, and and the fact that they're trying to say, oh, it's all about the money. I I let my feet when I heard that the first time what did you make of what forty eight hours did what Nancy grace did the other night? There's only so much time you can fit a story. Unfortunately, they couldn't use all the evidence. We gave them they couldn't use the medical records court documents. They did a couple of times when she said that she wasn't allowed in to the hospital could be with my dad when he was very sick. And then died they did call her out on that immediately and said, well, here's the court document allowing you to buy your husband's side and her only after what ally. And when you know, she does of killing my father, and they pulled the court talking out that said my dad's doctor said what team did would harm him or kill him. She once again, the only the only thing she could say, it's a lie. I understand what you're saying. Generally. This is the first time you, and I have spoken you have been relatively in the background of of this. But now, you are speaking publicly Nancy grace said you unplug your dad. I apologize for how brutal that sounds because I know the truth of this. What did you make of that? When you heard those words. This is the first thing hearing, though, those words from Nancy grace show, but I have heard them for my step mom multiple times. So I'm actually physician assistant, and my specialty is hospice and palliative care. So I work with terminally ill veterans for many years at the VA hospital. So just to give you my background when we finally thought my dad and were able to take him to the hospital for an evaluation. He was admitted for pain management and various things, and we did everything we could keep him alive. In fact, we I was calling down to the Berkeley east convalescent hospital down here saying, hey, we're bringing him back home. We're just gonna get him better. So we can come back. Do you have a better bailable? You know? So we can bring him back Monday by Wednesday. The doctor said is dying. And. I had I understood that I saw what was going on his organs were shutting down he was being fed to a G tube and getting artificial hydration, and he had residuals meaning that anything that went into his Jason was not being digested. It was backing up anything that was going into his veins in terms of hydration. What's going straight? Drowning him and the doctor said we're going to do more harm than good if we continue to feed and hydrate him. I knew that I've seen this many times with my patients, and it was very clear to me that we had to put my father in comfort measures based on the doctor's recommendation. It was the hardest decision. We ever had to make nobody wants to make a decision like that for a loved one. Let me say this is Kerry, this is Keri the doctors gave us to choices. And I was very clear because I didn't want to take him off of hydration. I was the one that resisted it and Julie had explained to me that when a body is dying. They're not hungry. They're not thirsty. Like you give a dog a bowl of food when they're dying. They don't eat or drink. And that's how humans are. That's how everybody is. You're not, you know, your body shutting down it's getting ready to die. And I was the one who couldn't handle that and three doctors came in. And I'll never forget this. They said your dad's going to drown to death in the foolish that you're giving him and he's going it's going to be painful, and it's going to be horrible or you can put him on hospice measures. And you will die peacefully. Those were the two choices we got. And it's disgraceful irresponsible. Journalists if she I can't even call it that Nancy grace, let my dad's wife. We unplumbed him. Nobody unplugged anyone God dying because of teen case them because of her actions, and that was it Clayton some fancy grace the records we gave for hospital records. She read them. No. Here's the thing. I mean, nobody who has ever been in this really awful situation where your loved one is passing away without knowing the medical facts, which Julie so concisely laid out for us that you're really as you continue to give hydration to somebody in that condition. You are quite literally drowning them nobody. Without that knowledge goes into a doctor and says, hey, we want to plug our dad. Mom's sister, whoever that's what we wanna do. Let's plug them. Now. And the doctors aren't going to be like, okay. You're ready to unplug. Let's do it. I mean, the I mean come on this is that's just not how medicine works. That's not how the world works. But of course, in jeans mine she's trying to deflect from her action and trying to distract from. Actions against my father by blaming them by blaming his death on us when the trial comes out Nathan's team. It will be very clear what happened. Let me ask you this because again on the truth of this. But I want one of you to latest out very very clearly forty eight hours as we heard in that clip that I played a very very clearly this is about your dad's estate his money. That's what this is all about you want his money. She doesn't want you to have his money. She being gene his second wife. Tell us tell us the reality. Yes. This is Julie. So there is nowhere in the court papers where we had my dad sign anything to give us his estates. In fact, all all we wanted and he wanted because my husband is a cardiologist, and I'm a physician assistant. Why to have medical durable power of attorney over his medical care medical? There is nothing about in a state anywhere. And I say over and over my data's being punished for making a lot of money we're being punished because my dad worked so hard to make a lot of money. So instead of it being about oh my gosh. Maybe his children actually loved him and have a wonderful relationship with him and just wanted to be cared for correctly at the end of his life. Instead. Where were these before? It's all about the money. You never heard of his children before is because we had a wonderful relationship with him. And till she letting us see him then you heard from because we said, we're not going to allow this. We're not gonna lout hurts isolate him for much we love, and we have always had a loving relationship with our father because he made a lot of money. Now, she is being punished awhile being punished for it. Now, let me make things very clear to and for Julia's. Well, we saw our dad every week. We we talked to him every day on the phone until he lost his voice. We were the lies that can work. They were continual that we were estranged from my dad. My dad was scared of us. I mean, it was. Has changed. Last five years every year or two years. Gene changes the story completely. And if you go back, and you look at it, you know, it, I it's, you know, we've eight the kids were strange. They didn't talk to Intuit pulled out all the pictures of the week before she took him from us. We had all this friends over they were ready to testify that we saw that. You know, all the time we have sown records, we talked to my dad all the time. They they had a party for the last seven years that the hospital was in on the plot to kill Don stopped the accusations and the stories are non stop so and their ever changing. So the one thing that you know, is for sure is we loved her dad. We did not watch the abuse that happened to him at the end of his life to continue. And we fought it as hard as we could to keep him alive career about three minutes left because the abuse actually continued after his death, which to me is so shocking because your your dad, Casey Kasem radio legend, Casey Kasem is buried in an unmarked grave in Norway a place he'd never been to explain. Okay. So when do you falsified his death certificate, which we sent to the feds, which we said the DA which we showed it's completely illegal. She puts. My dad is living in Israel for eighteen years. She spelled his name incorrectly. She didn't know his mom or dad's name she folks to the death certificate and tried to move into Israel, my dad's never visited Israel. My dad's whole family was born in Lebanon. My dad was born in Michigan spent his entire life in the United States of America. They denied her that he tried to bury him in France. They denied her friend, then she tried to bury in five miles away from her boyfriend's home in Montreal we stocks that they wrote a fake letter stating that she wasn't very falsified letter stating that she was Norwegian. And then my dad always wanted to be in Norway. We have all these letters. We have everything and I called the Thomson family. Are you guys Norwegian? I've never heard this before they said, we're absolutely nothing weekend. My grandma never lived in doorway. We are. I said would you write a letter to that effect? They wrote a letter to the government they signed it. You know, everybody every one of my dad's friends signed signed a petition stating my dad wanted to be Garret at forest lawn. We stop the funeral forgot four burial for four months. And then she got Norway to bury him there in an unmarked grave still unmarked. And the only person that tends to his grave is someone that you thought into my radio show in Sweden. She goes over once once a month and laze candles and flowers down at his grave takes a picture and says it to our families. Absolutely wonderful. If you win on the cases that are coming up believe the big one is in may, I've really got thirty seconds. Both of you. Will you bring him home? Absolutely. Bring them home and the laws allow us to bring him home. We will absolutely do. So he was American top forty Casey Kasem. He wants to be buried in America. He's coming home period. If I am telling you, he's coming home periods. That's it's gonna happen. Julie and Kerri Kasem. Thank you very much for.
"kerri kasem" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Kerri Kasem Troy Martin and their private investigator and others, and I wouldn't say that if I didn't have the evidence attorney Troy Martin represents Kerri Kasem and says she is a scientologist. But that's because she finds piece in it Jeanne Cason is seeking to tap into the prejudice against Scientologists in order to cover up. The fact that she has no evidence to support. Any of her fanciful claims both sides are set to go head to head next year. In a wrongful death trial in downtown LA. Margaret, caro- KNX ten seventy NewsRadio said some people in the holy fire. Burn area have been issued mandatory evacuation orders ahead of the storm the mudslide danger today the man accused of setting that fire last August, he was back in court. Authorities wanted to make sure that forest Gordon Clark was mentally competent to stand trial for the holy fire. Ablaze charred more than twenty two thousand acres and burned most of his neighbor's homes Clark's public defender. Nicole Parnasse said the decision finally came in got a report from a third party, doctor and served as a tiebreaker, and he concluded that Mr Clark was competent that means chloride canal stand trial, and he's scheduled to be arraigned December twelve but it also means his million dollar bail has been reinstated to unfortunately, yes, I'm hoping to change that. But she believes he's innocent. But a volunteer fire. Achieved claims he received a text from Clark before the blaze stating this place is going to burn from the courthouse in Santa Ana John Baird, KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio six twenty three weeks after money. Here's Adrienne Mitchell. Says drivers have now wrapped up a billion miles on autopilot. The driver assist system has been in every test listens late twenty fourteen and it has its critics regulators have raised questions about its safety after a fatal crash. In march. Elon Musk has dismissed the idea that accidents happen because drivers mistakenly think autopilot can make their cars completely self driving. Tesla tells drivers to keep their hands on the wheel company watchers who follow AT and T have Thursday Mark down their calendar is it's AT and T analysts day in New York. And Bloomberg intelligence says issues likely to be discussed include falling ratings at the Turner networks slowing subscriber growth directtv and eighteen plan to launch five G in a dozen cities by the end of this year. It was Wall Street's best days. Since March after the fed chairman said interest rates are just below the level where they don't speed up or so down the economy investors think that suggests that that might take a break from racing interest rates next year. The Dow up six hundred seventeen points, the NASDAQ of two hundred nine and the SNP up sixty one we check your money at twenty and fifty after each hour. I'm Bloomberg's Adrienne Mitchell. KNX ten seventy NewsRadio another victim of the borderline shooting. Memorialize today. We'll have details in ninety seconds. It's six twenty one. When.
"kerri kasem" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Kerri Kasem Troy Martin and their private investigator. Peter and others, and I wouldn't say that if I didn't have the evidence attorney Troy Martin represents Kerri Kasem and says she is a scientologist. But that's because she finds piece in it Jeanne Cason is seeking to tap into the prejudice against Scientologists in order to cover up. The fact that she has no evidence to support any of her fanciful claims both sides are set to go head to head next year in a wrongful death trial in downtown LA. Margaret, caro- KNX ten seventy NewsRadio soon. Police asking for help tracking down a man who sexually assaulted a fourteen year old girl over thanksgiving weekend. She was sitting on a bench and Cabrillo park about one o'clock Saturday morning with a man sat down started talking to her tried to walk away. But he threatened her with a knife sexually assaulted her leaving her with what police described as multiple visible injuries. A woman convicted of drowning her two month old daughter and a Senate and a trailer park will not be going to prison because a jury has found that she was insane. When she killed her baby. It will. Now be up to mental health experts to determine whether it Lucero Carreira should be sent to a state mental health facility or be treated as an outpatient APD. Detectives think they have solved a cold case murder. Dating back to two thousand six they believe money may have been the motive for murder touch. Jones was found shot beaten to death in a car itself. A on April twenty fifth two thousand six now twelve years later LAPD cold-case to take the be Deraza announced the arrest of suspicion of murder a forty two year old Colt chapel of Fontana and forty nine year old tyrez McDaniel currently serving a state prison sentence Deraza revealed. There was a link between Jones on the two suspects were dating at the time. It gave a clue to a possible motive they didn't know who she was. She was friends with Nicole chapel. And Nicole chapel was her babysitter. The motive may have been financial family members and friends thank the LAPD for the diligent efforts to crack. This twelve year old cold case chapels due to be arraigned in court on the first week of December in south LA. Pete Demetrio KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. There's been an emotional memorial. Service for another victim of the border line massacre. Stand before you with my heart broken, they fought back. Tears on November, seventh Elena finished her homework. She was invited to go line dancing appearance of eighteen year old Elena Housley remembering their daughter killed in the borderline massacre. They spoke during a public memorial at Pepperdine where Elena was a student. Called Pepperdine her home. She loved to sing play piano, and the ukulele the service was deeply religious and at times political a man with some sort of mental illness walked into a bar and in the process killed twelve. People are government should do more background checks before taking these people into our military, teaching them to be trained killers. And then trying to ask them to acclimate back into society. The latest parents repeatedly urging people to practice kindness, especially towards strangers as a way to honor their daughter's memory at Pepperdine university, Craig figure KNX ten seventy NewsRadio cold and flu season is here with comes a warning from doctors acetaminophen, he's a very effective fever reducer found medicines like Tylenol, Nyquil and dayquil. But doctors are warning that you should avoid taking too much acetaminophen during cold and flu season the odds of an accidental overdose. Go up about twenty four percent during the season where more patients have symptoms that they're treating and they grab more more products over the counter, let's pharmacists Liana Oswald of Roseman university. Of health sciences. She says a person should use no more than four thousand milligrams of acetaminophen day more than that could put your liver at risk for short term or long term complications that could even.
"kerri kasem" Discussed on 790 KABC
"These days in this country. What a crazy week we had Kerri Kasem is here with me to try and manage your life as well. But I don't think anyone can manage anyone's life. I'm trying to manage our social media here and trying to get us on our Instagram at Facebook. That's what's most important get about what's going on with the cavenaugh hearings. Forget about Cosby being sentenced to forget about the big decision. From on the Uber case last week the stuff we're going to talk about today. Let's just talk about social media getting us out on. That's what's really important salad. More people. Yeah. But you know, we have to talk about the substance. What really? Happened. I mean, you're so busy you're traveling like to lake havasu or somewhere just going in and your partner. Harker your life. This trashy person is it's it is white trash. It is nice to say this crash fine. That's what you are white trash fun. Now. Look, you are I don't know find white trash most people probably wouldn't consider me white trash, even Dino. They don't consider. But it's how you consider yourself. I can be white trash. You are. Oh, you know, what I ride my motorcycle? And we got. And yet our guns unless you're sitting there with your boyfriend right completely touted which is the weirdest thing in the world for me. And I never dated a talented person. I've had one with like one or two tattoos or something hidden, but actually touted up is weird. Yeah. Yeah. But you're into it. He really awesome guy. So yeah. And he's part of the trash out there. You go and hang out at your four wheelers. Right. I think I would survive bring my little kids. We're we're busy going to Rams football games. I'm taking my kids through the tailgating for the Vikings. See everyone's drinking and eating and my kids. We do know football football and white trash. I think it's really offensive to call someone white trash. So you know, what I'm not calling. Anyone trash I'm saying we're having the white trash weekend. Well, considering myself many offensive things going on this week. And you know, we have to talk about it because lots happened. What did you think are you a big fan of Brett cavenaugh? I'm not a fan of this whole thing. I have to say, I'm just not a fan of the whole thing. And I'm not saying that MS Blakely, Dr Blakely. Yeah. Dr Ford, but go ahead Ford isn't a Blakely for whatever. Whatever. Seriously. What is it? I think you've been drinking beer up there with white trash friends gave me. I think that. Yeah. Miss Ford, doctor doctor, and of course, they put that on there because it gives her more. I'm just saying look, I don't think she's lying, but I just think it's very odd that she would come out right at this time. Why hasn't she come out before why? When he was a judge a successful judge. Did she not come out and say something, you know, I feel like there's a witch hunt on the part of the Democrats very much. So I don't also don't want to discredit swim and say it didn't happen. Maybe it wasn't him. Maybe it wasn't. I don't know. All I know is that this is a really it it, it's it's the wrong. Timing problem is I've been really thinking about things that happened thirty years ago. I'm about the same ages as these folks here would talk about cavern on Ford, and I'm trying so hard every day these days thinking about if I can remember details of what happened. And sometimes I'm finding that I've created over the years stories, and I don't even know if they're true anymore because I told them so many times, I haven't told them, and I don't know what's true. And it's really scary that I can't really recreate what happened thirty years ago. Ago. So that's the problem. I mean as far as Brett cavenaugh goes, I think he's way way too political to be on the supreme court. But you know, the whole supreme court is a political body now other than that. And other than what he said, I just have so many problems trying to recreate my life, and I just wonder if everyone can do that with some credibility and validity not to take away from things that did or did not happen. But anyway, it's Blasi. I find your discussion blase. Here we go I need to talk to someone who's in a thorn in this area. And we gotta bring by the way later on. We're going to talk to Arthur Schwartz using attorney New York. He's also got a radio show called advocating for Justice. He's going to talk about the decision that Uber decision for those of you who missed it. It came down. O'connor verses Uber and it basically addresses the classification of drivers whether their employees or independent contractors. It doesn't specifically address. It it talks about class actions. And whether the Uber drivers can sue as a class, which they can't it has a lot of implications on a lot of people for Uber drivers. And it's in contrast to prem- court decision, California. The dynamics decision that came out earlier this year that redefined what employees are in this state anyway. And so we're going to talk to Arthur Schwartz about that. And how it changes? The terrain of Uber. Their company and the drivers. But let's talk about all of the excitement this week. And we have an expert to talk about this. You know, I love what Anne Bremner said. She said, I see legal commentary as valuable in educating the public, and that's very true. This is how we get educated and Bremner has been an analyst on every every media outlet. You can think of FOX CBS NBC Sam de Bluebird TV Babylon CNN. Grace. She just doesn't stop. And you know, we're fortunate that she took the time out of her busy schedule today. She is a former prosecuting attorney in the criminal division. King County prosecutor's office in Seattle. So she knows her stuff. She's a civil rights attorney victims rights, attorney, women's rights attorney, and every other rights, you can think of, but she knows these cases and welcome back to gurvey's law. It's always a pleasure and thanks for that. Great introduction. Well, I always give you a great introduction. I don't think it's fair. All right. Let's get right down to cavenaugh. I because we're going to talk about Cosby as well. And I know you've been all over the airwaves talking about this. We have this situation going on. And now we have a week where apparently the FBI is going do a investigation. I have to ask you as a former prosecuting attorney, don't you always look, especially in sex crimes. Aren't you really looking for evidence? I'm a hardcore lawyer, I'm really focused on evidence. I'm not into her hyperbole. I'm not into rhetoric. You know, I understand there's he said she said, but I'm really looking for evidence. How are they gonna find any kind of evidence? When we kind of know what's out there. I think with respect to what might have happened thirty years ago, which is about five or six people who have something to say about it. Exactly. And and the thing is nice prosecute sex crimes and victims of sexual assault cases. But if we knew this at the time, and if she had said something at the time, then he could look at her school records, you could look at how did she act her friends, but she different, you know, what's there, you know, on his their entire physical evidence all those kinds of things that you put together in a cave. But today, he kind of anecdotal information from people think I don't remember our friend of of cabinets or her her friends thinks she's a good person. I believe her, you know, she's honest. So that's not all that helpful. And Finally, I looked at this. And I think what the FBI I don't remember them investigating sex assault cases over the years. In fact, they only do on native American reservations or things like that. That's really not their forte or within their wheelhouse. You know? So so it's just what are they going to get this week you right? And you might be a witness accounts here there. I'm sure we're gonna hear all about it. But I don't think it'll really be. All that helpful unless there's something more insularity, and that's on a drinking issue, and that whole theory out there that he drank so much backed any probably blackout and didn't remember I just don't understand why it came out now. And I I just don't understand it. That's what I it's a, and especially since the Democrats said, we're gonna do everything, you know, we're not going to we're not gonna vote on this. We're gonna do everything to stop this. And then boom, she shows up, and I don't want to say it's not true because it could have been. But to this man is how to career he was a judge. This guy is is why now that's what I don't understand. Why now well I can answer it. But I think there is a question of politics here too. And I I wanna know it's a good question Kerry. And do you think that it's motivated only by a last ditch effort by those who do not want to see the supreme court take turn for what they believe will be probably a lot of limitation on individual rights. Right, especially focusing on Roe versus Wade nineteen Seventy-three and taking the spot of the swing vote. I watch I know we all watched on on Thursday. And I thought she was an excellent witness. And I don't think I'm alone in now on the other hand, and she said she came forward at a basically, civil obligation. She fell to come forward about a real flaw in this individual, and she felt should not have a lifetime of court corden. So she felt Ginny down to do that on the other hand. You know, you got the whole issue of timing when he's been a gesture that long he's been in DC circuit appellate judge federal for a long time. And and and I think that was known as Dr Ford, right? She's the she's surprised me. I kept thinking this is political. I had a lot of those kind of insurance. And I think she was authentic. I thought she was reasonable. I thought she seemed to have adequate detail and her demeanor and compartment. Was appropriate. So those were things that I looked at the end of the day. She said I'm a hundred percent sure it was Kevin on and cavenaugh comes out and says, I'm a hundred percent sure. It didn't happen. You know, we have to take a break. But I want to ask you quick question. No you prosecuted sex crimes. Do you ever? Look at the degree of what the allegations are not to say that Cavanaugh was a good guy because from all accounts, not all accounts because there are people who were supporting, but he seemed like, you know, hey, he was entitled or at least felt entitled to drink. Abid whether he drank a lot or not, I don't know. I wasn't there. But do you look at the degree for a job like this? If he if he raped someone if he was really abusive in a way that hurt someone forever. Is that something that should go into this? Or should we look at just what the facts are. I think we can look at everything now, especially with the internet and twenty four seven news. You know that we're gonna look at everything on individual. I mean, there's nothing that we won't look at the question of character. And a question of how he would be on these kinds of cases. I think that sexual assault, and it's always the damages their lifelong for everything can no matter how serious or minor charge. That's one way to look at it. But the other part of it is this would not have been felony was not a rate. I don't know that that matters sitting the grand scheme. Well, I think that answer the question, I think the character issues really important one the rock he sound here. I'm not sure what that really means. But I think it does mean we had to take a break. I hope it's not symbolic what we're talking about. Art. We're listening to gurvey's law right here on talkradio seven hundred ABC we'll be back with and Bremner after the break..
"kerri kasem" Discussed on 790 KABC
"I'm kerri kasem meet some legal moral or just common sense advice then tune into gurvey's law saturdays at two when we open up the discussion and tackle difficult issues in law and life here on talk radio seven hundred ninety kabc here's your seven ninety kabc market check and due to a late selloff stocks were up modestly across the board today with the dow climbing forty six points p five hundred rose eight the nasdaq added thirty five points to its total kabc socal weather mostly clear tonight lows mid fifty s to the mid sixties it'll be partly cloudy and cooler tomorrow highs will be in the mid seventies at the coast mid eighties inland right now it's ninety seven in santa fe springs eighty four and santa ana ninetythree in woodland hills kabc weather is sponsored by scientology network the only thing more interesting than what you've heard is what you haven't curious what scientology network on direct tv channel three twenty or go to scientology dot tv get news at the top of the hour at the bottom and went up breaks i'm jeff whittled talk radio seven ninety kabc news the bone lines are open eight hundred abc kabc that's eight hundred two two two it's three thirty seven odd the drive home talk radio seven.
"kerri kasem" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"One restrictions apply call for details one lawyer rain payments get rid of mortgage insurance or get cash out find out about your best refinance options by tuning into the get mortgage fit radio show with alex michaels and kerri kasem sunday mornings nine to ten on one or two five the bone learn everything you need to know about mortgage loans today's rates fha va and more call the get mortgage fit show sunday morning nine to ten on one or two five bone eight hundred eighty two seven or eight eight hundred eighty two seven or eight american funding dot com and mls six six zero six it was opposed to be a revolution to take back washington tonight tea party conservatives across the country are celebrating but when ronda sent got elected it was like he couldn't wait part of the in crowd here's just one example descent is started cozying up to two defense contractors and almost immediately began taking tens of thousands in campaign contributions from them and then unbelievably he then moved into a luxury beachfront condo owned by you guessed it to defense contractors even to santa's himself was forced to admit this was the case to santa's didn't throw the bums out of washington he moved right in with them and this is exactly what conservatives like us are steaming mad about people like rhonda santa's going to washington forgetting sent them there and then becoming part of the problem for more information go to rhonda santa's fax dot com national liberty federation responsible for the content of this message not authorized data candidate or candidates ataur your broken glass into cold heart tonight experience the movie rolling stone calls a triumphant a quiet places dazzling and devilish clever a terrifying thriller that demands to be seen a crowded theatre and now it certified fresh on rotten tomatoes emily john krasinski a quiet place pg thirteen may be inappropriate for children under thirteen tonight everyone in the neighborhood knew about bobby bobby the basketball boy they called him bobby wanted to go pro some day so he was always out in the driveway shooting hoops but one day his mom came out and told him hey your wife wants you to take out the trash is mom was visiting and bobby was a grown man he had kind of missed his window plus no one had ever seen him actually make a basket but on the.
"kerri kasem" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The business about twenty years now they have an a plus rating on the better business bureau that if largest lender in the united states we gotta think about that that's a very big accolade kerri kasem because i mean that's compared to all the big huge megabanks and they're right up there in the top ten so they do a fantastic job they do programs at other lenders do not kyrie that also is important for many of you that have been turned down by other lenders or are unable to get the offer the deal put through that you are looking for so again i want you to get even if you already have a lender you're working with guess second opinion from our friends at newamericanfunding trust me i've inamori's under twenty years i would not be sitting year touting and hollering and being so excited about a company like this if it wasn't true and you can see for yourself look on look on the web there are so many reviews over 30000 views as video testimonials i mean clients have gone above and beyond to take a video you can see their faces you know i think of many people might think want asked may reviews for mortgage company to have stack somebody must be faking come on let's be real here you can't fake thirty thousand plus reviews okay and it go onto zillow and some of these websites that are not affiliated with new american funding and try to put on a fake review it's not going to happen they check your email address the you know the the verify these review so you know getting beyond that though the some of the lowest rates in the country i like to call them the amazon or you know we have a an a plus rating with the better business bureau yes curate exact lead absolutely do and that as well says volumes about what they do.
"kerri kasem" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Time to call our friends at new american funny they lend their own money they've been in business about twenty years now they have an a plus rating on the better business bureau there that if largest lender in the united states we got to think about that that's a very big accolade kerri kasem because i mean that's compared to all the big huge megabanks and they're right up there in the top ten so they do a fantastic job they do programs at other lenders do not carry that also is important for many of you that have been turned down by other lenders or are unable to get the offer the deal put through that you are looking for so again i want you to get even if you already have a lender you're working with a second opinion from our friends at new american funding trust me i've inamori's under twenty years i would not be sitting year touting hollering and being so excited about a company like this if it wasn't true and you can see for yourself look on the look on the web there are so many reviews over thirty views as video testimonials i mean clients have gone above and beyond to take a video so you can see their faces you know i think of many people might think want asked timothy reviews for mortgage company to have stack somebody must be faking come on let's be real here you can't fake thirty thousand plus reviews okay and it go on zillow and some of these websites that are not affiliated with new american funding and try to put on a fake review it's not going to happen they check your email address that you know the the verify these review so you know getting beyond that though the of some of the lowest rates in the country i like to call them the amazon or you know we have a an a plus rating with the better business bureau yes curate exact lead absolutely do and that as well says volumes about what they.
"kerri kasem" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"You put more money on the principle of your home you've just built wealth for yourself you've built the equity back in your home so that when you sell it or do whatever you want or you pay off your home you've got that equity there do the home improvements also right now why would you go and say alex i'm going to wait five years when the rates are fifteen percent and then i'm gonna take out some money and do the kitchen and a cabinet senda flooring and the siding and the left why would you do that doesn't that sound foolish i'm just going to wait and pay more yeah just gonna with gray i mean somebody's trying to give you a sale item surrey you're going to put before giving away this item fifty percent on oh i'm in a way to the sale is over so i can pay you full price have you ever done that kerri kasem okay i don't think so you wouldn't itself had a weird if you know this items on clearance in its seventy five percent off today well no i don't want to i don't want to see that much money please put it back on the shelf and tell me when the sales over i'd like to pay you full price please please i mean come on guys it it i mean i hope i get my point across air so call us right now let us see what we can do the fed is raising rates home equity line of credit if you haven't heard yet for you haven't got to your tax guy 'cause it's taxis now under the new tax went home equity dennis no longer tax deductible you heard it right home equity indebtedness is not tax deductible under the new tax plan it's a spanning that interested act ability on your home equity indebtedness and you cannot claim abduction for interests at a home equity loan until after twenty twenty five plus the fed is going to raise rates at least three times this year rates are going crazy right now again why would you want to have that type of alone in your.
"kerri kasem" Discussed on KKAT
"Put more money on the principle of your home you've just built wealth for yourself you've built the equity back in your home so that when you sell it or do whatever you want or you pay off your home you've got that equity there do the home improvements also right now why would you go and say alex i'm going to wait five years when the rates are fifteen percent and then i'm gonna take out some money and do the kitchen and the cabinet's in the flooring and the siding and the lay why would you do that doesn't that sound foolish i'm just going to wait and pay more yeah just gonna with gray i mean somebody's trying to give you a sale item sir you're gonna put we're giving away this item fifty percent on oh i'm gonna wait till the sale is over so i can pay you full price have you ever done that kerri kasem yeah okay i don't think so you wouldn't itself had a weird if you know of this items on clearance and its seventy five percent off today well no i don't want to i don't want to see that much money please put it back on the shelf and tell me when the sales over i'd like to pay you full price please please i mean come on guys it it i mean i hope i get my point across air so call us right now let us see what we can do the fed is raising rates home equity lines of credit if you haven't heard yet we haven't got to your tax guy 'cause it's taxis now under the new tax went home equity dennis no longer tax deductible you heard it right home equity indebtedness is not tax deductible under the new tax plan it's a spanning that interested act ability on your home equity indebtedness and you cannot claim it abduction for interest on a home equity loan until after 20 25 plus the fed is going to raise rates at least three times this year rates are going crazy right now again why would you want to.
"kerri kasem" Discussed on 550 KFYI
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"kerri kasem" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Stick around for more valuable information and pearls of wisdom from alex michaels and kerri kasem it's the new american funding show call now eight hundred eight two seven seventy to eighty three regarding yellow here ceo of new american funding with developments under the new tax plan home equity indebtedness is no longer tax deductible you heard it right home equity indebtedness is not taxdeductible so starting this year payers won't be able to claim introduction for interest on home equity indebtedness plus the federal reserve is projecting three interest rate increases this year that's a combination you don't want to be a part of it's time to get out of your adjustablerate home equity loan and start thinking fixedrate cashout refinance if you have a he lock or looking to tap into your home equity cashout refinance with a fixed rate and payment that will never go up is a better option find out how these changes will affect you call new american funny today at eight hundred nine six three four nine three three that's eight hundred nine six three four nine three three or visit check my he loc dot com consult your tax advisor about these changes in tax deductibility rules none of them qualify for complete licensing call 80degree 696 455 animalistic 606 equal housing lender the only stupid question is the one you don't ask don't stick but call eight hundred eight two seven seventy to eighty three and get the answers you need now back to the new american funding show with alex michaels and kerri kasem.